Unbreakable" is a song recorded by American singer Janet Jackson for her eleventh studio album Unbreakable (2015). It was co-written and produced by Jackson and her long-time collaborators Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, with additional writing by Thomas Lumpkins and additional production by Tommy McClendon and Dem Jointz.
Авторы текста и музыки. Janet Jackson, James Harris, Terry Lewis.
Unbreakable (Janet Jackson album). Redirected from Night (Janet Jackson song)). Unbreakable is the eleventh studio album by American recording artist Janet Jackson. It was released on October 2, 2015, and is the first album released under her independent label Rhythm Nation, disseminated by BMG Rights Management through a partnership with the singer.
Unbreakable is Janet Jackson's first album since Michael Jackson’s death in 2009 and the dissolution of her relationship with Jermaine Dupri. It's a synthesis of ideas she's collected and tested throughout her career. These are giddy, grateful grown-woman songs; like Janet, they are timeless.
093015- Janet Jackson (courtesy of Black Doll In. Future generations will not believe us when we tell them of the havoc wreaked by Janet Jackson’s boob. In this, the age of and the couture-ification of the naked dress, something about that infamous Super Bowl halftime show now feels improbably quaint.
Janet Jackson - "No Sleeep" Feat. J. Cole (Music Video) (Janet Jackson, YouTube). Janet Jackson is well aware of the job at hand on her first album in seven years, and she doesn't waste any time facing up to it. "Hello," she coos in the opening track of "Unbreakable.
Album · 2015 · 19 Songs. The Janet Jackson we first fell in love with-sweet, sincere, passionate-is back in force on Unbreakable. Reuniting with her Rhythm Nation producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Jackson trades in the overt sexuality of her last few albums for warmly uplifting pop and nostalgia-flavored R&B. Hypnotic first single No Sleeep is a classic Jackson slow-jam, while the Missy Elliott-featuring BURNITUP! proves these two icons can still tear up the dance floor.
Artwork – Solaiman Fazel. Executive-Producer – Janet Jackson, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis. Mastered By – Chris Gehringer. Other – Janet Zeitoun. Other – Preston Meneses. Photography By – Yu Tsai.